writing about tech is the creation of Jason Kallelis, a 33-year-old programmer with a masters in Computer Science who enjoys tech just a little too much and isn’t very good at coming up with names for things.  I’ve written a couple of fan posts that have been featured by The Verge, including 29 Days with Android and Information Consumption + Exercise.  My personal favorite is, perhaps, is Breaking the Ecosystem Shackles: The Power of Defaults and Intents in Android, which was also featured at the Droid Den.

I use tech to enhance all aspects of my life; work, play, fitness, travel.  I also have a lot of random thoughts about the tech industry; where it’s been, and where it’s headed.  This is a place for all of those things, and more.

I believe the best technology is the kind of slips effortlessly into your life and makes your world better without you even realizing it’s happened.  I think we’ve only just begun to unlock the potential of a world in which we all carry a personal computer in our pockets, and I can’t wait to see where we go next.

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